Friends Star Lisa Kudrow Responds To Jennifer Aniston Claiming She 'Hated' Live Audience: It's Not That Funny...

Lisa Kudrow has refuted Jennifer Aniston's claims that she 'hated' live audience, however, she had something to add to the sentence.
Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston in Friends

Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston in Friends

Everyone's comfort sitcom Friends is known for 2 things - its humourous jokes and the exaggerated laugh in the background of those jokes, mostly as a result of the live audience who would be on set to watch the filming of the show. In an interaction sometime back, Rachel aka Jennifer Aniston had said that Phoebe aka Lisa Kudrow hated the live audience. Now, Lisa explained that she didn’t hate the live audience but found their reactions sometimes excessive. The two actors have shared a close bond since their time on the show and remain friend decades later too.

Lisa refutes Jennifer’s claims of ‘hating’ live audience on Friends set

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lisa stated that she did feel that at times they used to laugh a lot more than necessary. Responding to Jennifer’s earlier claims, Lisa said, “No, that's not exactly -- no, no. It irritated me if they would laugh for too long. God bless them. They were so excited to be there that sometimes the laughter would just be longer than if they would have laughed at anything else. I was like, 'All right, well, take it easy. It’s not that funny. And there's more to say!'"
Jennifer’s claim of Lisa hating the live audience came some time ago from her interview with Quinta Brunson for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, where she told about Lisa’s dislike for a loud live audience while filming Friends. She recalled, “Lisa Kudrow, by the way, hated when the audience laughed... She'd be like, 'I'm not done! It's not that funny!'"

Lisa Kudrow's new television show

Lisa Kudrow is currently busy promoting her new show Time Bandits. During the interview, Lisa talked about how she got roped in for the series. She said, “Taika had gotten in touch with me and said, 'Jemaine and I wrote this thing, we're shooting in New Zealand. Would you ever consider doing that?' And, 'Yes! Like, why am I going to say no to you two?'. Looks like Lisa is real-life Phoebe, who would 'always be there' for her friends.
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